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Ranging from informative "How-to-Do" books to thought-provoking memoirs, we are constantly inspired by our non-fiction authors and their work. 


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Please get to know this week's featured non-fiction author, 

Marcus Granderson 






 



















Marcus Granderson is a podcaster, speaker, and writer based in New York City. A 2018 cum laude graduate of Harvard, Marcus crafted his own degree program in Rhetoric and Oratory. He currently works as a speechwriter at West Wing Writers, and produces a weekly, short-form podcast series, "Musings of an Introverted Black Boy." 


To find out more about Marcus, please visit the following links: 


Twitter: https://twitter.com/mk_granderson?lang=en

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/44180891-timestamp

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarcusGranderson/

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About the book, Timestamp: Musings of an Introverted Black Boy:


I’m a twenty-two-year-old Black introvert who overthinks everything, can’t get a date, yet somehow managed to graduate from Harvard.

My story is probably not like yours. I’m a Black boy from the Midwest. I’ve never been kissed. I’m desperately in love with two women: Aretha and Whitney. I struggle with a mild form of social anxiety. I sing to myself almost everywhere I go. I’m an ex-chitlins (with hot sauce and ketchup) lover. I’ve been called an Oreo. I’ve been stopped by the police while walking home. I’m the descendant of slaves, and a Harvard graduate.

Though our stories may not be the same, the universal themes explored in this poignant and personal literary collection—love, identity, hope, social justice, and coming of age—bond us together. Timestamp: Musings of an Introverted Black Boy is many things: It’s one Black boy’s journey through college and into adulthood. It’s a compilation of intimate musings, short and long. It’s an anthology of reflections linked to distinct moments in time. It’s a series of meditations on life, love, and the lack thereof. It’s not simply a “Black” book, or even a “millennial” one. It’s a human book.

I wrote it for everyone—and that includes you.



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